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The Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA) is the established voice of dedicated sixth form education and the hub of a national network of sixth form providers.
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Dr Catherine Richards 8h
great film and link to teaching with 2 head teachers, countless children and students from Norfolk and Suffolk and most staff in it at the beach! Great advertising for Gorleston where East Norfolk Sixth Form is located
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Tom Richmond Jun 25
Useful analysis in their report, with some important recommendations too: e.g. "The government should increase per student spending in the 16-19 education budget by a significant amount within the upcoming spending review." That would be quite something.
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SFCA Jun 25
Excellent parliamentary questions from MPs and Anne Main about sixth form funding yesterday alongside typically insightful question on capital from . It is time to
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SFCA Jun 25
Thanks again to partners and for their vocal support at on Saturday alongside welcome campaign endorsements from and
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SFCA Jun 25
Good letter in the today from sixth form college legend and former principal Dr Ambrose Smith. Its time to :
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Diana Johnson Jun 24
In Education Questions this afternoon I raised the issue of social mobility and the damage done by cuts to Sixth Form funding under the Tory/ Lib Dem Coalition.
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SFCA Jun 24
Replying to @AnneMilton
And Minister says she will 'always make the case for 16-19 funding...it is absolutely critical that we get the base rate up higher for schools and colleges'
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SFCA Jun 24
Great question from highlighting the damage that cuts to 16-18 funding have done. He says its time and asks the Minister what her Treasury priorities are
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SFCA Jun 24
Good question from who highlights that the DfE's capital budget for Further Education is set to decline by 40%
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SFCA Jun 24
Good question from who asks why the base rate of funding for 18 year olds is lower than for 16 and 17 year olds
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SFCA Jun 24
Anne Main MP calls for long term funding settlement for 16-19 education
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SFCA Jun 24
At pays tribute to in her constituency, praising its vital work in promoting social mobility and helping students develop skills for the modern economy.
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SFCA Jun 24
Replying to @LukeTryl
Quite right Luke - the next Chancellor must at the earliest opportunity. The neglect of 16 to 18 funding affects sixth form colleges, FE colleges and school sixth forms. More information and evidence-based recommendations here:
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Simon Holland CGeog FRGS Jun 22
Replying to @SFCA_info
You can write to your MP using and include this shortlink to the funding impact survey. It's very hard for any MP to ignore.
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Haringey Sixth Form College Jun 23
This amazing are all day Sunday first stage, setting up for the Cloud Land National Art Show Real can/do will/do superlatives don't do these guys justice
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Louise Regan Jun 22
Good to see talking about the unsustainably low levels of post 16 funding, cut 22% since 2010. It's crucial that we now to ensure the great work colleges do can continue in the interests of students
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Bill Watkin Jun 23
Cloud Land. Many thanks to the fantastic team from Haringey SFC. Installation complete. Now to mount the wonderful artworks for Cloud Land national art exhibition at Alexandra Palace. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am to 5pm. Art matters. Sixth Form Colleges matter.
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Bill Watkin Jun 23
Cloud Land: preparations are underway for the national art exhibition for talented artists in sixth form colleges across the country. 27-29 June Alexandra Palace
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Geoff Barton Jun 22
Lib Dem education spokesperson joins the event and congratulates everyone who has made education THE major political issue
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SFCA Jun 22
Great to hear raise campaign in barnstorming speech to close
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